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Election held on Tuesday, November 7, 2017
State House - District 109
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NRA Campaign Field Representatives (CFRs) and Election Volunteer Coordinators (EVCs) are on the lookout for enthusiastic Second Amendment supporters who are willing to take their passion for preserving our rights beyond the voting booth and into their local communities. The NRA needs volunteers like you to assist with phone banks, literature drops, precinct walks, voter registration, Election Day activities, and other campaign volunteer activities.

If an EVC vacancy exists in your district, call ILA Grassroots at (800) 392-VOTE (8683) to learn what you can do locally to assist pro-freedom campaigns in your area.

Election Volunteer Coordinators for Michigan
Adrian
David Coy
David Coy
Adrian
517-263-6468
Harsens Island
Harry Mikolowski
Harry Mikolowski
Harsens Island
810-748-3954
Houghton Lake
Joe Fischer
Joe Fischer
Houghton Lake
989-202-2400
Monroe
Wayne Blank
Wayne Blank
Monroe
734-241-9131
Redford
Don McGaffey
Don McGaffey
Redford
248-356-1411
Ypsilanti
Gary Knechtel
Gary Knechtel
Ypsilanti
734-218-0381
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